A Reading Experience (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: I’ve read that we are never read the same work twice, meaning that each time we approach a text, we approach it from a new perspective. We might think of different things, for instance, as an adult reading a tale we enjoyed as a child–and notice new aspects of theContinue reading “A Reading Experience (A Poem)”

A Felt Sense (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: I learned about this concept during graduate school, stressed as gaining a sense of writing for particular audiences–with certain nuances and topics personalized based on where an intended work is intended to get featured. It has been something that has come to mind increasingly lately, as I delve into tryingContinue reading “A Felt Sense (A Poem)”

Mysteries Uncovered (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: I love visiting museums of all kinds. There is so much time and care put into arranging all the exhibits and sharing the knowledge they contain with anyone curious enough to see them.] I used to believe that museums     were where the past slumbered     undisturbed except by thoseContinue reading “Mysteries Uncovered (A Poem)”

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